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This is a quick way to replace the pads on your Hayes Hydraulic mtn bike brakes.
Tools: Needle Nose Pliers Cone Wrench
Remove the wheel.
Now its time to remove the old pads, grab the tabs on the bottom of the pads with a pair of pliers. Pull down and they should come out.
So put the new pads in exactly as the others had come out, I find it easier to put the pad closest to the frame first, then the next. The pads stay ...
You sometimes (most of the time...) need to spread the pads after putting them in. If you do, DO NOT use a screwdriver, it can gouge the pads. Instea...
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